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  1. Re: 5 people every day, do euthanasia in Belgium. Progress?

    The doctor doesn't decide, the patient does.
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    Re: Homophobia (originally Russian Homophobia)

    It doesn't make it wrong either.



    Okay, and how will you enforce this Utopian ideal of yours? Banning all other forms of relationships? Forcing orphanages to not give qualified and stable...
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    Re: What if Russia had won Eurovision?

    Russia shouldn't even be in the Eurovision, it's entire identity (and the source of it's pride) is almost exclusively on being non-European, even anti-European. Its presence is a big fat middle...
  4. Re: Gun Freedom and why all American are Paedophiles!

    Wow, that's interesting, I never thought of that before.
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    Re: Homophobia (originally Russian Homophobia)

    A point that was made in opposition to the homophobic assertion that homosexuality "is unnatural".



    The alternative is? Keep those children locked up in orphanages. Brilliant.
    It's not like...
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    Re: Homophobia (originally Russian Homophobia)

    Not yet.
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    Re: Cities and settlements.

    What will be cool is (hopefully in the future) there will be Chaos settlements and castles. Chaos settlements are the coolest: floating castles, temples grown from crystal, palaces made of exquisite...
  8. Re: Gun Freedom and why all American are Paedophiles!

    I'm sure the privatization of the prison system, which means there is a financial incentive to arrest and convict suspects in unprecedented numbers has nothing to do with it.
    Also this should be...
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    Re: Non-religious on the rise in the US

    Believing in Ghosts, Buddha, reincarnation, ancestor worship, certain forms of Raelienism (alien worship), animism etc. are all still perfectly compatible with atheism.
    Atheism =/= irreligious....
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    Re: The same, yesterday, today and tomorrow.

    You are unfortunate to be so self loathing, masochistic and deluded to believe that: God sacrificed himself to himself to appease himself for a rule he made up: your God is a retard.
    It's that kind...
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    Re: Head Transplantation: Ethical questions.

    You can never have too much head. This is a principles I learned shortly after reaching puberty and I maintain it as a virtue.

    But seriously: science is baddass. praise science. One step closer...
  12. Re: What special agents do you expect in Warhammer?

    I don't mean like a unit of troll slayers, I mean like daemon slayer character, or a vampire slayer, some kind of character slayer, someone to go on individual quests to kill individual monsters.

    ...
  13. Re: Drop the multiple health point system for Warhammer

    Even elite man sized troops should have only one hit-point.
    Larger troop types should have multiple hit points.
  14. Re: What special agents do you expect in Warhammer?

    Empire: Inquisitor, priest of sigmar, out-rider.
    Orcs and Goblins: Shaman, sneaky-git and 'ard-boy.
    Dwarfs: Brewer, runesmith, slayer, gyrocopter.
    Vampires: necromancer, thrall/agitator and...
  15. Re: 15 billion dollars waisted in building and maintaining large hadron collider. So what we discovered?

    Yup.



    Probably not. Understanding fundamental particles of reality offers beneficial knowledge to all fields of knowledge, be it philosophy, mathematics, art, neurology, medicine, engineering...
  16. Thread: Free Will

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    Poll: Re: Free Will

    The mind is also subject to distortion and wishful thinking, as are all abstract notions, priori, axioms etc.
    The advantage empirically based schema has over schema relying on pure reason is the...
  17. Re: Church of England to consider a transgender naming ceremony

    Hopefully.
  18. Thread: Free Will

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    Poll: Re: Free Will

    I never claimed to be able to falsify free will or faith. I just pointed out that they're superfluous, no further objections are required.



    We exist first and foremost as bodies of matter....
  19. Thread: Free Will

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    Poll: Re: Free Will

    If that's a valid reason for believing things then why don't you also believe you have a 19 inch cock? That too is a comforting thought that isn't a rational position but really it's an article of...
  20. Thread: Free Will

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    Poll: Re: Free Will

    I can multitask.

    Any discussion about truth (being so often unknowable) would be pointless with that line of reasoning. Experience is accomplishment enough. We're not super geniuses, it's not...
  21. Re: US has lost the "war on terror". US administration must admit it before its too late

    America is still standing: America hasn't lost........... yet.
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    Sticky: Poll: Re: Total War: Age of Bronze [Bronze Age Modification]

    They're just names, surely they can be included along side your historically accurate models and political situation. That sounds like the ideal mod.
  23. Thread: Free Will

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    Poll: Re: Free Will

    "Chosen", sure, for lack of a better word.
    Look at it this way: a young child is discovered to have tremendous talent for playing music: Does he automatically become a virtuoso? No he does not, he...
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    Re: Who came first? Man or woman?

    Hermaphrodite.
  25. Thread: Free Will

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    Poll: Re: Free Will

    That is what we call free will, whether it actually fits the traditional definition is what I'm questioning: whether that is agency of a being separated from (while somehow also contained within) a...
  26. Thread: Free Will

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    Poll: Re: Free Will

    If there's no free will then all things are destined. We're destined to vote, the winner of the election is destined to win, the sun rises in the morning and the sun sets in the evening, just as it...
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    Re: On why christianity has declined in the west

    It's a hard thing to measure in Ireland. Religiosity kind of makes no sense, in many poll one is considered Catholic if they're baptized, or maybe confirmed, which puts the percentage at 85%-95%,...
  28. Thread: Free Will

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    Poll: Re: Free Will

    In a deterministic universe we have no choice, we have no choice but to punish, the murderer had no choice but to murder, just as society had no choice other than to punish him.
    We can look at...
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Just watched Ex Machina.
    An extremely powerful film. Not perfect, but so good, I can't really say a lot without spoiling it, so I'll just say: Watch it with an open mind.
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    Re: On why christianity has declined in the west

    The only reason why church attendance is propped up in the UK is because of immigrants, not people known for their upper/middle class status, most specifically Christian African refugees. Every other...
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    Re: Cities and settlements.

    Ok,
    The Dwarfs have these Karaks, which are like: think of Khazad Dum from the Fellowship of the Ring, but often with significant castles outside, so imagine castle sieges in Med 2, but with another...
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    Poll: Re: Total War : Warhammer and sea battles

    They should definitely add it, but later on.
    Man O War was surprisingly baddass, but as has been said over and over, the probable starting map doesn't give much room for naval warfare: the two main...
  33. Re: Warhammer: Magic & Creatures vs Total War Armies

    The advantage the Warhammer setting has over historical settings is: Warhammer is already a strategy game, a strategy game that has been balanced and refined continuously for nearly three solid...
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    Re: The Most Illogical Relgion

    I'm holding Catholics to their own standards, or more specifically the standards that they so energetically espouse and drone en masse about. Of course it's condescending, this precise level...
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    Re: Homophobia (originally Russian Homophobia)

    Consent is what actually matters: consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. Consent. It's getting silly...
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    Re: The Most Illogical Relgion

    I don't think even they realize they are faking it. I certainly didn't.



    I'm accepting a rather high degree of fluidity I think. I think you are asserting a degree of fluidity that undermines...
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    Re: Will_CA is leaving CA

    I hope this isn't a case of rats jumping from a burning ship.
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    Re: The Most Illogical Relgion

    I never said there is absolutely no deviation within Catholicism at all.
    I merely pointed out that a huge proportion of "Catholics" are faking it, this is something I think you are very well aware...
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    Re: The Most Illogical Relgion

    Catholicism is a set of doctrines.



    He's a Catholic as long as he's willing to sincerely his sin(s).
    The clincher here is sincerity, something obviously lacking in the overwhelming majority...
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    Re: [PREVIEW] Romans, Pre-Marian

    Forgive my ignorance but did hastati (or maybe they're socii) have xiphos instead of gladius at that point in time?
    I can understand why they would, especially if they were originally from Magna...
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